Chef Drew Snaith, who’s worked at the likes of Le Manoir and Brunswick House, is going solo with his own restaurant concept Nehmann (meaning neighbour in olde English) and it’s popping up at Corner Store in Camberwell this summer. With Nehmann, Drew is making use of hyper-seasonal produce, with many ingredients either grown by his Dad at home near Northampton or foraged by Drew around South East London, and he’s using the pop-up to develop the menu and experiment with flavours.

That means dishes will constantly be evolving but you could be getting wild nettle & roast garlic babka with cheese & onion fondue, lamb tongue nuggets with marjoram mayo, courgette baked in embers with ajo blanco & fresh peas, sausage-stuffed Norfolk quail with IPA gravy & cherry mostarda, Chalkstream trout with braised beans & dill yoghurt, lemon verbena & strawberry ice cream sandwich, and miso fudge sachertorte with Hook & Sons cream. And if you’re worried how you’ll be able to choose between all of those, Drew will also be doing a ‘Have A Punt’ chef’s selection for £45 so you can leave the decision making up to him.

Weds 21st July – Fri 27th August 2021, Weds – Fri evenings
31 Peckham Rd, London SE5 8UH